And what I’m saying is that you can’t view this potential merger as only a benefit to the company (or companies) and not a potential detriment to consumers and the market as a whole.
AT&T is fully capable of generating its own competitive appeal for customers. It didn’t need to acquire T-Mobile for that.
Same goes for Sprint. This doesn’t have to happen. What’s supposedly “good” for Sprint isn’t necessarily good for us. Sprint is capable of making it on its own steam... and it should.
What Tim said, but also the tower pictured a few posts up appears to have only dual-band antennas (though in your case only PCS is utilized). This Stonewall tower may have had the dual-band antenna replaced with a tri-band (B25/26/41) antenna which is why you see just the addition of the mini-macro unit. It is not the "same antenna." They did in fact replace them, just it was a one-to-one replacement so you likely wouldn't have noticed much difference aside from the mini-macro. These towers it would appear they are going to add a full new antenna for B41. It may be 8T8R, or it may be one of the newer antenna models Tim mentioned.